We’re constantly optimizing our network to offer the highest level of speed and unlimited bandwidth, so you can quickly access your favorite social media, games and videos.
Our server cluster is located in North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania, With unlimited speeds and bindwidth, you can quickly connect from anywhere in the world.
We keeps no logs of your online activity or personal information, so you can stop your internet provider from selling your browsing history and surf the web anonymously and privately.
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Virtual Private Network (VPN) refers to a network solution that is used to encrypt users’ Internet traffic and mask their online identity by hiding their IP address. Therefore, the main purpose of this technology is to help you stay secure and private when browsing the Internet. Typically, when you connect to the Internet, your Internet Service Provider (ISP) receives the request and redirects you to the website you intend to visit. As your Internet traffic passes through your ISP, they can see everything you do online. What’s more, they can track users’ behavior and sell their personal details to advertisers and other third parties. Here’s when a VPN comes into play. It redirects your Internet traffic through a remote VPN server, this way hiding your IP address and encrypting all of the information that is sent or received. With a VPN on, all the data you send and receive travels via an encrypted tunnel, so that nobody can steal your private information or spy on your online activities.
It depends on various criteria. Like on any route, congestion can slow a fast connection to a halt. When you connect to our services, you have to go through your ISP who then connects you to us. If it happens to take a route that is either very busy or very long, it means your connection will be slow. This can happen anywhere along the route, although we monitor our network 24/7 to ensure we are not the cause. Commonly you may expect around 30% loss in bandwidth speed.
No, but we are planning to add the support of IPv6 in 2019.
We are a privacy-focused company that does not store activity logs or connection logs of our users. We does collect minimal information about the usage of our services in order to identify and address technical issues, but this information cannot be used to connect you to any specific activity or behavior.